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Lazienki Royal Park
Lazienki Royal Park

Lazienki Royal Park

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Ranked #2 in Warsaw things to do
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ul. Agrykola 1, Warsaw, Poland 00-460
+48 504 243 783
https://www.lazienki-krolewskie.pl/pl
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Visit Lazienki Royal Park and see the largest park in all of Warsaw, Poland. Occupying an area of 76 hectares, the Park lies in downtown Warsaw near the Royal Castle. Enjoy the eclectic mix of classic ... Read more
architecture as you discover hidden villas and temples on your stroll through the park. Visit the New Orangery, a greenhouse that once housed over a hundred prized orange trees, though they died during World War I. The New Orangery now houses an extensive tropical garden. Next time you visit Warsaw, stop at Lazienki Royal Park and enjoy a peaceful, relaxing afternoon walk.

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Southport, Australia

The Lazienki Royal Park is a must-visit spot in Warsaw. It is very peaceful with locals jogging or having picnics with families, but also attracts tourists, especially around the "palace on the water'. The Lazienki Palace or "pałac Łazienkowski" in Polish, was built in 1674 and at one point owned by King Stanisław II Augustus.

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San Jose, California, USA

Some of my Polish friends took my boyfriend and I here during our long stay in Warsaw. Even though we went in November, it was still STUNNING. The history is vast, and it is unique because it is hard to find any history that still remains in Warsaw since WWII destroyed most of the city. This place is a great little escape from the hustle and bustle. It's got gorgeous nature, beautiful architecture, and even some fun animals! We spotted peacocks, and Mandarin ducks...which I had never seen before. As it turns out, this is one of the only places Mandarin ducks roams free outside of Japan. There are museums within the park, so you can easily spend an entire day here!

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Vancouver, Canada

Beautiful park with a lot of history and a lot to explore. Lively with tourists and locals.

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Geneva, Switzerland

The Royal Gardens are 3,5 minutes walk away! Enjoy the art in the Royal Residence of Poland's last king, Stanislas August Poniatowski. Feed the squirrels, walk the Chinese Lanterns Path and savour the Belvedere's restaurants' tastes!

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Lisbon, Portugal

Great time walking around, it was little snow when we arrived and cold. But excellent for a stroll

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Paranaque, Philippines

Beautiful park which also contIns the Royal summer house. Lovely to walk, run or simply sit on the bench and appreciate the breathtaking view around the park.

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Toronto

Lazienki Park, the largest park in Warsaw, got its name from the royal baths that occupy a part of the park. It was designed in the 17th century and still remains one of the most beautiful parts of the city. There are many sights to see in the park, you could spend an entire day just strolling through it. Make sure to grab an ice cream cone and spend some time by the water where you can watch ducks swim.

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Local from Warsaw, Poland

Łazienki Park was designed in the 17th century by Tylman van Gameren, in the baroque style, for Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski. It took the name Łazienki ("Baths") from a bathing pavilion that was located there.

In 1764 the gardens were acquired by Stanisław August Poniatowski, after his election that year as King of Poland.

The development of the classical-style gardens became a major project for King Stanisław August. The park-and-palace complex was designed by Domenico Merlini, Johann Christian Kammsetzer and landscape gardener Jan Chrystian Schuch. Its principal buildings stand beside or near the Łazienki Lake and Łazienki River. Stanisław August's palace is situated on the lake and hence is known as the "Palace on the Water."

Most of the buildings in the park suffered severe fire damage during and after the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, amid fighting between German and Polish forces. The structures nevertheless were relatively well-preserved, compared to those in the Old Town; here the Germans had drilled holes in the palace walls for placement of explosive charges, but charges had not been placed to destroy the buildings.
Reconstruction of the park and palaces was completed within a few years after World War II.

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Pittsford (town), New York

A very nice large park within walking distance of central Warsaw, there are buses and trams that can get you here. A nice respite from the city. The palaces, monuments, lakes, fountains and structures were great with the Chopin Monument at one end.

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London, UK

A must visit when you are in Warsaw.
If you are there in summer you might be lucky enough to get to sit down on the beautiful lawn and listen to some Chopin.

And yes, it's easy to locate the piano and stage are setup just under the Chopin statue next to the pond.

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New York City, New York State, USA

Łazienki Park is a decent walk from the city center, but it's worth it. It's a beautiful park and it's where you'll find the Chopin Monument.

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Poznan, Poland

Wonderful park, right place for lovers and people loving nature. I'd like to visit Lazienki again soon.

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Brwinów

Lazienkie Royal park, is best during Spring and Summer...good for family, friends and individuals who loves nature and structure.

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Phoenix, Arizona, USA
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Quite out of the way south of the historic center, though easily accessible by bus. Beautiful park best enjoyed in the early morning (yes, even after a vodka-filled night), with the Lazienki Palace at its centerpiece. I'm a big fan of his, the highlight for me was the Chopin Monument at the western end of the park.

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Brussels

Didn't have much time to walk through but this park is HUGE and gorgeous.

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Bielefeld, Germany

Der Warschauer Königspark ist die größte Parkanlage der polnischen Hauptstadt und ist zurecht einer der liebsten Ausflugsziele der Einheimischen. Besonders im Sommer kommen hier viele Familien mit ihren kleinen Kindern spazieren, um dem Großstadttrubel zu entkommen. Viele mieten sich eine Gondel auf dem Teich vor dem Palast auf dem Wasser und genießen den schönen Ausblick. Besonders empfehlen kann ich den süßen Snack "Gofry", eine Waffel, wahlweise mit Puderzucker oder Sahne und Früchten, die hier nebenan in einem Café verkauft werden. Im Winter ist der Park dagegen leider etwas verlassen und kahl.

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Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine
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